ACKNOWLEDGMENT Thanks to Edgar Puehringer for his contribution of the AS61860 cross assembler. Edgar Peuhringer edgar_pue at yahoo dot com
61860 REGISTER SET The SC61860 from Sharp has 96 bytes of internal RAM which are used as registers and hardware stack. The last four bytes of the internal RAM are special purpose registers (I/O, timers ...). Here is a list of the 61860 registers: Reg Address Common use --- ------- ---------- i, j 0, 1 Length of block operations a, b 2, 3 Accumulator xl, xh 4, 5 Pointer for read operations yl, yh 6, 7 Pointer for write operations k - n 8 - 0x0b General purpose (counters ...) - 0x0c - 0x5b Stack ia 0x5c Inport A ib 0x5d Inport B fo 0x5e Outport F cout 0x5f Control port Other parts of the 61860 are the 16 bit program counter (pc) and 16 bit data pointer (dp). The ALU has a carry flag (c) and a zero flag (z). There is an internal register d which can't be accessed with machine instructions. It is filled from i or j when executing block operations. In addition there are three 7 bit registers p, q, and r which are used to address the internal RAM (r is the stack pointer, p and q are used for block operations).
PROCESSOR SPECIFIC DIRECTIVES The AS61860 cross assembler has two (2) processor specific assembler directives which are used for the etc mnemonic (which is a kind of a built-in switch/case statement): .default A 16 bit address (same as .dw) .case One byte followed by a 16 bit address Here is an example how this should be used (cut from a lst file): 022B 7A 05 02 18 614 PTC 0x05, CONT16 022F 69 615 DTC 0230 4C 01 25 616 .CASE 0x4C, SLOADI 0233 4D 01 2F 617 .CASE 0x4D, SMERGI 0236 51 01 D2 618 .CASE 0x51, QUITI 0239 53 00 CD 619 .CASE 0x53, LLISTI 023C 56 01 D5 620 .CASE 0x56, VERI 023F 01 D1 621 .DEFAULT CONT9
61860 INSTRUCTION SET The following tables list all 61860 family mnemonics recog- nized by the AS61860 assembler. Most of the mnemonics are con- verted into 8 bit machine instructions with no argument or a one- or two-byte argument. There are some exceptions for this: Mnemonic Description -------- ----------- jp 2 bit instruction, 6 bit argument cal 3 bit instruction, 13 bit argument ptc *) 1 byte instruction, 3 byte argument dtc *) 1 byte instruction, n bytes argument *) Not mentioned in the CPU specification from Sharp Load Immediate Register LII n (n --> I) LIJ n LIA n LIB n LIP n LIQ n LIDP nm LIDL n (DL is the low byte of DP) LP (One byte version of LIP) RA (Same as LIA 0, but only one byte) CLRA (synonym for RA) Load Accumulator LDP (P --> A) LDQ LDR LDM ((P) --> A) LDD ((DP) --> A) Store Accumulator STP (A --> P) STQ STR STD (A --> (DP)) Move Data MVDM ((P) --> (DP)) MVMD ((DP) --> (P)) Exchange Data EXAB (A <--> B) EXAM (A <--> (P)) Stack Operations PUSH (R - 1 --> R, A --> (R)) POP ((R) --> A, R + 1 --> R) LEAVE (0 --> (R)) Block Move Data MVW ((Q) --> (P), I+1 bytes) MVB ((Q) --> (P), J+1 bytes) MVWD ((DP) --> (P), I+1 bytes) MVBD ((DP) --> (P), J+1 bytes) DATA ((B,A) --> (P), I+1 bytes, reads CPU ROM also) Block Exchange Data EXW ((Q) <--> (P), I+1 bytes) EXB ((Q) <--> (P), J+1 bytes) EXWD ((DP) <--> (P), I+1 bytes) EXBD ((DP) <--> (P), J+1 bytes) Increment and Decrement INCP (P + 1 --> P) DECP INCI DECI INCJ DECJ INCA DECA INCB DECB INCK DECK INCL DECL IX (X + 1 --> X, X --> DP) DX IY DY INCM *) DECM *) INCN *) DECN *) *) Not mentioned in the CPU specification from Sharp Increment/Decrement with Load/Store IXL (Same as IX plus LDD) DXL IYS (Same as IY plus STD) DYS Fill FILM (A --> (P), I+1 bytes) FILD (A --> (DP), I+1 bytes) Addition and Subtraction ADIA n (A + n --> A) SBIA n ADIM n ((P) + n --> (P)) SBIM n ADM n ((P) + A --> (P)) SBM n ADCM n ((P) + A --> (P), with carry) SBCM ADB (like ADM, but 16 bit) SBB ADN (like ADM, BCD addition, I+1 bytes) SBN ADW ((P) + (Q) --> (P), BCD, I+1 bytes) SBW Shift Operations SRW (shift I+1 bytes in (P) 4 bits right) SLW SR (shift A 1 bit, with carry) SL SWP (exchange low and high nibble of A) Boolean Operations ANIA n (A & n --> A) ORIA n ANIM n ((P) & n --> (P)) ORIM n ANID n ((DP) & n --> (DP)) ORID n ANMA ((P) & A --> (P)) ORMA Compare CPIA n (A - n --> c,z) CPIM n ((P) - n --> c,z) CPMA ((P) - A --> c,z) TSIA n (A & n --> z) TSIM n ((P) & n --> z) TSID n ((DP) & n --> z) TSIP ((P) & A --> z) CPU Control SC (Set carry) RC NOPW (no op) NOPT WAIT n (wait 6+n cycles) WAITJ (wait 5+4*I cycles) CUP (synonym for WAITJ) Absolute Jumps JP nm JPZ nm (on zero) JPNZ nm JPC nm JPNC nm PTC/DTC (see 'Processor Specific Directives') PTJ/DTJ (synonym for PTD/DTC) CPCAL/DTLRA (synonym for PTC/DTC) CASE1/CASE2 (synonym for PTC/DTC) SETT/JST (synonym for PTC/DTC) Relative Jumps These operations handle a jump relative to PC forward and back with a maximum distance of 255 byte. The assembler resolves 16 bit addresses to 8 bit relative adresses. If the target address is to far away, an error will be generated. Note that relative jumps need 1 byte less than absolute jumps. JRP nm JRZP nm JRNZP nm (jump relative non zero plus direction) JRCP nm JRNCP nm JRM nm JRZM nm JRNZM nm JRCM nm (jump relative on carry minus direction) JRNCM nm LOOP nm (decrements (R) and makes a JRNCM) Calls CALL nm CAL nm (nm must be <= 0x1fff, 1 byte less code than CALL) RTN Input and output INA (IA --> A) INB OUTA OUTB OUTF (A --> FO) OUTC (control port) TEST n (timers, pins & n --> z) Unknown Commands READ ((PC+1) -> A) READM ((PC+1) -> (P)) WRIT (???)
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